A-Level Physical Education Tuition in London

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-Mo Farah

Tutor House provides expert, professional A-Level Physical Education Tutors who can help students gain their desired grades in their A-Level Physical Education Qualification. Our friendly and professional tutors are passionate about what they do and will listen to students needs and concerns, identify areas of work that need attention and help them engage with their subject while always working at a pace they feel comfortable with. Year after year we have helped to improve students grades and make sure we take the time to feedback to parents and ensure that they are thrilled with the progress their child is making.

A-level Physical Education helps students build on the knowledge/skills they gained at GCSE level and helps increase their understanding of the factors that affect performance and involvement in Physical Education. This A-Level course aims to help students with skills and knowledge required for their higher education at university level.

 

Breakdown of the core Physical Education A-Level modules:

  • Students undertaking a Physical Education A-Level qualification study a range of topics, such as:
  • Opportunities for and the effects of leading a healthy and active lifestyle
  • Analysis and evaluation of physical activity as a performer and/ or in an adopted role/s
  • Optimising performance and evaluating contemporary issues within sport
  • Optimising practical performance in a competitive situation

Why is it worth studying Physical Education A-Level?

Many students enjoy studying A-level PE as it gives them the chance to experience fitness and training in lessons. They also get to learn about how the body works and study interesting topics such as the London 2012 Olympics and about famous Olympians. The course can also help students to study sports at a higher education in areas such as Sports Science and Physiotherapy.

What can you do with a Physical Education degree?

Around 10% of sports graduates pursue further postgraduate courses in order to specialise in a particular area such as sports science and physiotherapy.

Graduating with a Sports related degree is great and there are many fascinating and exciting job opportunities such as:

  • Fitness centre manager
  • Outdoor activities/ education manager
  • Secondary school teacher
  • Sports coach
  • Sports development officer
  • Physiotherapy
  • Sports Science

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